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Download Epub Format Ë Lost Innocence PDF by ↠´ Simon Palmer Michael, An Artist Charged With A Crime He Claims He Didn T Commit, And John, A Self Confessed Heroin Smuggler, Are Brought Together In The Primitive And Over Crowded Prison Infamously Known As The BANGKOK HILTON Michael Fights For His Freedom, While John, Resigned To His Fate, Wants Only To Regain His Dignity Michael S Grandfather, A Once Brilliant Lawyer, Is Brought Out Of Retirement And Flies To Bangkok To Fight A Case In A City Where Justice Is Bought And Sold To The Highest Bidder And Corruption Is The Oil That Greases The Wheels In The Land Of Smiles Running Out Of Time And Unable To Find The Only Witness, He Searches For Another Way To Succeed In What Seems A Hopeless Case Meanwhile, In Order To Survive The Most Appalling Conditions In Jail, Michael And John Must Make The Best Of A Dire Situation As They Wait For Their Separate Fates To Be Decided Will Justice Be Served Or Will They See Out The Next Ten Years In That Hell Hole Of A Prison Michael Walker ,an artist in Thailand is being accused of a crime he didn t commit This will take you on a crazy ride with a cliffhanger at the end Looking forward to the second book A truly gritty, raw read on the terror and horrors of imprisonment in a different country with completely different laws This author knows how to write scenes that become complete pictures in your mind I felt every creepy crawly slithering across the floor and up the characters limbs, I cringed at the terrible living and health conditions The characters were wrote in explicit detail and I could relate to them all I felt the despair and utter fatigue in Michael as he fought to survive in such conditions Michael is a honorable man and I commend him on his crusade to persevere the injustice of wrongful misdeeds I will continue on to see if these heroes will save the day and bring the downfall to the political corruption in this action packed story.
Thank You Simon Palmer This is the first book I have read by this author and it certainly won t be my last This author really knows how to grab his reade rs attention and hold it I didn t want to put the book down as I was completely caught up in the story and couldn t wait to find out what would happen next This is the only book I have ever read like this and the author has an excellent way of pulling you into the story and really feel for these characters I just bought the 2nd part to this and I am so anxious to read it I give this book 5 stars and can t wait to read the next part I highly recommend this book.
Palmer s Lost Innocence, The Accused, is the first thriller I ve read in a while, and it s one of my favourite genres I m glad this was the one I picked up, to throw me back into the mix What a great read Lost Innocence begins with Michael Walker, an artist, who finds himself in a Thai prison There he meets John, a lifer, who knows a thing or two about the corrupt system they find themselves in Michael makes a few friends along the way, and a few enemies, too He is a strong, likeable character Stan, his father, however, is far difficult to like After attempting a rescue, he seems to need rescuing himself, ALL the time Cue the very awesome grandfather hard arse, Nigel Thank goodness for him Without his intelligence and quick wit, everyone would be pretty much screwed.
Several other memorable characters eme I am always somewhat reluctant to review the first part of an intended series of books Just as the story is incomplete, so must the review be incomplete and provisional It is difficult to comment on the merits of a plot which is unfinished This is the case here Lost Innocence is the first part of an adventure thriller set in Bangkok, Thailand Michael is a young, budding artist, who travels to Thailand to sketch the working girls of Bangkok, before commencing studies at an art school in London Before long he finds himself in trouble He is arrested on trumped up charges for having raped and beaten an underage girl, and thrown into the notorious Bangkok Hilton He is given the option to pay a substantial fine and be rel 3.
5 full review to followLost Innocence is the first part of a story set in Thailand We join Michael in a Bangkok prison From reading Lost Innocence I have certainly been given a lasting idea of the lives these inmates endured within the prison.
We learn that Michael is there due to a claim that he has raped and beaten an underage Thai girl Michael says that he was only sketching the girl, and he remembers her leading him to his bed where he fell asleep without touching the girl.
Michael s options are slim, he can pay a substantial amount of money to be released or he can stay in prison and await a trial Michael chooses to stay in prison and fight the charges which leads to his father and grandfather coming out to Thailand too.
Can they prove Michael s innocence This is my first book by Simon that I ve read and the first on this subject After talking to Simon on Facebo Great storyVery well written book Pulls you right in and makes you feel like your there in the story itself watching the characters scenes play out like a movie Very interesting how Simon Palmer wrote this book Does describing Thiland as from what I know exactly as it is I d guess he s been there or really did his research As for the story Michael a artist who is just there to draw the girls all working girls of course Is set up because he s American well English in this case and they know has money I m suspecting the police captain sent her from what s written in the story, he s taken to a thai prison with filthy conditions , food , bugs, no bed cause they sleep on Matt s anyways but he has non No proper bathing He is determined to see this thru be cause he s not guilty of the crime, which in my opinion you just pay and get the bell out as soon as possible or or Lost Innocence by Simon Palmer is a compelling suspense drama centered on an injustice done in a foreign courtroom and a father s struggle to earn his son s freedom The conflict draws three generations together as Stan is forced to implore his own father out of retirement to join in the legal battle Nigel is persuaded to leave the side of his wife Doris in hopes of freeing Michael, who is serving major time in what is derisively known as the Bangkok Hilton The father and son team fly to Thailand where they recruit Pang, a taxicab driver who knows the Land of Smiles for what it truly is Their detective work brings them closer to the truth, though time becomes a major factor for Michael in this well crafted thriller.
The elements of irony and contrast are richly blended into Palmer s narrative The author captures the essence of the Oriental philosophy as the Thai Reviewed by Melissa4 StarsI received this ARC for an honest review This is quite an adventure story based in Thailand This story is about Michael, an artist, now in jail accused of a rape he did not commit His father Stan comes to help him and ends up facing his own problems which then cause Nigel, Michael s grandfather to come to aid the two men Michael is being held in what is known as Hotel Bangkok The conditions are absolutely atrocious and disgusting and the author is able to portray this quite well to the reader There are several other characters that come to play in this suspenseful novel such as Harvey, Bo, Nincotte, and Pang The author, Simon Palmer is very careful to describe Bangkok and the prison as honestly as possible It truly feels as though the reader can smell what the characters are smelling and seeing just what they are seeing throughout the

Simon Palmer is a screen play writer and author who currently resides in Bangkok He spent months researching his debut novel and visiting the Bangkok Hilton where he met Mitchell Blake, an Australian inmate who was serving a life sentence for smuggling drugs Mitchell advised Simon to dig deeper into the conditions of the prison and shared with him the darker sides of life inside the Bangkok H